South Dakota Attorney General Mark

South Dakota Attorney General Mark Barnett announced this morning that affidavits by three American Indians, who said they were paid $10 apiece to vote for Democrat Tim Johnson in last month’s Senate race, were false. Barnett has consistently downplayed the significance of claims that various irregularities contributed to Johnson’s victory, and with these key affidavits discredited, the election will probably be put to rest. Only one Democratic operative is expected to be criminally prosecuted in connection with the election; she was charged with forgery, related to fraudulent voter registrations, earlier today.

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